George Zimmerman’s bond has been revoked, and he has 48 hours to surrender to police in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin this past February in Sanford. The bind has been revoked due to his wife lying about knowing that he received $200,000 in donations to cover legal bills through a website he setup. The prosecutors say the Zimmerman’s misled and deceived the court.
George Zimmerman’s bond hearing was held on Friday and of course all the news stations televised it. However, one Orlando news channel thought they were still covering the case against Casey Anthony. Check out the photo courtesy of the Buckethead Show on Real Radio 104.1:
Yesterday 102 JAMZ turned off the music, for nearly an hour, and allowed some of the biggest names in music, as well as the JAMZ listeners to “SPEAKOUT,” for Trayvon Martin. Local activists, and artists such as; DJ Khaled, Trina, Waka Flocka Flame, & DJ Drama called in and expressed their thoughts on the story.
As an Orlando Magic fan, there isn’t much that the Miami Heat roster can do that I can appreciate. Well this past Friday Lebron James posted this picture (left) on his Twitter page, with the whole Heat roster showing support for the family of Trayvon Martin — the 17-year-old who was gunned down in Sanford, FL during halftime of the NBA All-Star Game.
Controversial civil rights activist, Rev. Al Sharpton, will be hosting a rally to get justice for Trayvon Martin, the 17 year-old who was gunned down by a neighborhood watch captain, George Zimmerman. The rally will take place Thursday March 22nd at the First Shiloh Baptist Church, 700 S Elm Ave, Sanford, FL 32771, at 7:00 pm.
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